Images from the 2015 flyby of the New Horizons spacecraft provide evidence that a liquid, water ocean may still flow deep under the dwarf planet’s icy crust. New Horizons' science mission is directed out of Boulder.
Doug Duncan, director of the Fiske Planetarium in Boulder, spoke with Colorado Matters' host Ryan Warner.
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